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    My 1968 911

    I am new to this site but not new to Porsche cars having owned a Porsche shop for 36 years and being in the business for over forty years. So my question is the VIN number on my 6/68 karmann coupe is 11835532 The forth digit is a 3 so is it a S or not ? There seems to be some confusion as the 911 S was not brought into the USA in 1968 This was a special order car VW Pacific Culver City CA by a John Turnbull could it be a S brought in to the USA under the radar

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    11835532 is a 1968 911 non S non L non T, it's the "normal car".

    11 is for 911
    8 is for 1968
    35 is for Karmann shell
    538 is the 538th made (538/742)

    the car is a A serie, A serie has few small differences from previous O serie but still is SWB.
    very interesting car indeed.

    TBC: engine should be a 2.0 130 Hp (901/06 (3080001 to 308655) with manual gearbox, 901/07 (3180001 to 3180347) if sportomatic

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